Machine Tool Level Sensors

Level Sensors and Float Switches

The robust nature of elobau’s level sensors is perfectly suited for machine tool applications. From coolant sumps to cutting oil & hydraulic fluid reservoirs, these well-proven level sensors work in a variety of media while serving under extremely harsh conditions. Suction capability and temperature sensing can be integrated into several models. Custom sensors can also be developed with very fast turnaround times.

Level Sensors for Tool Wear Benefits

Advantages of level sensors for machine tools include:
  • Prevents overheating and mechanical damage
  • Prevents downtime for operators
  • Helps prevent unexpected machine tool failure

Level Sensors and Float Switches for Machine Tools 

Float Switch Sensors

Float Switch Sensors

Float switch sensors are designed for machine tool applications that require a wide range of fluids, temperatures, and pressures. The float switch sensors can be mounted on the top or on the side and have an external or internal threaded mounting design. Our switch sensors will actively respond in temperatures ranging from -25° to 150° C.

Ultrasonic Level Measurement Sensors Ultrasonic level measurement sensors

Ultrasonic level measurement sensors are specially engineered for contactless fluid level monitoring of stored car wash fluids. These sensors can provide level solutions in outdoor temperatures ranging from -40° to 105° C. These sensors provide product level solutions that are reliable and cost-effective.

Click on the links below for detailed spec information on our float switch sensors and level sensors that are specifically made for machine tool use.

Level Switches for Cutting Tool Application Uses

Easily mounted in confined spaces, the compact design of our level switches is ideal for cutting tools and machining centers.

For Your Machine Tool Level Measurement Needs Contact elobau

We create solutions across industries. Use our level sensor specification tool to design a machine tool level sensor. Your machine tool level sensor design will be validated by one of our level sensor engineers.